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5 yrs old son with bilateral renal calculus, collapsed gallbladder, and few reactive mesentric lymph nodes

My 5 yr son has findings of bilateral renal tiny non obstructive renal calculus, few reactive mesentric lymph nodes (non specific GI etiology) and sonography also shows collapsed gall bladder.

since last month he has been vomiting almost7 to 8 times yellow vomit, he sweats a lot during this vomit episodes. after a few hours he becomes quite normal. but on and off he is complaining of back pain also. he suffered from malaria last year. Is there any homeopathy remedy for his symptoms. after vomiting he just sleeps and becomes quite weak.

two months ago he had suffered with bouts of loose motions which were sticky, greeninsh in colour that time i had given him homeopathhy diarrhoea drops, but had stopped immediately after his loose motions stopped. i dont want to go for allopathy. Kindly help i cant see his condition
  lidoAB on 2011-11-15
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Please give him
1. Lycopodium-200 6 pills 2 times a day
2. Chelidonium Maju-Q 5 drops 2 times a day in spoonful water

Keep 30-40 minute gap between above two medicines

3. Gulvel Satva (Giloy Satva) 5 granes (1/10 of spoonful) in 1/2 teaspoonful of Honey 2 times a day

Give feedback after 8 to 10 days

R.P. Tamhankar
shouse_nsk last decade

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